By Stephen Schenck | July 12, 2013 6:55 PM
We’re going to keep the Moto X party going this evening, following the news earlier in the day of Eric Schmidt whipping out his Moto X for some pictures, as well as the rumors of some wide variety to the sort of materials that will be available for Moto X custom backplates. Now we’ve got one more picture to check out, this time apparently showing the Verizon edition of the hardware.
Right away, we’re flashing back to the pic we saw in in late June. Like that time, the handset’s upper-right corner is obscured in order to conceal information that could potentially identify the leak’s source to Motorola.
Clearly, with all that “confidential property” and “not for sale” business, this isn’t final production hardware, but we’re hopeful that the apparent lack of Verizon branding – at least up front – will stick. Really, the only way you’d ever know this was the Verizon Moto X is by the carrier’s distinctive 4G logo on the status bar.